Jump to navigation. If you see someone peeing on the road in Rajasthan, create a scene and get Rs as reward A civic body in Rajasthan has announced a Rs reward for students who raise awareness against peeing in public by blowing whistles and beating drums when they see a person in the act. A civic body in Rajasthan has announced a Rs reward for students who raise awareness against peeing in public by blowing whistles and beating drums when they see a person in the act.
MUMBAI: An Indian ruling party politician has been left red-faced after a video of him urinating in public went viral on World Toilet Day, despite government efforts to stop people relieving themselves in the open. Ram Shinde, a minister for water conservation in the western state of Maharashtra, was filmed answering the call of nature in a field by the side of a road Saturday Nov The clip spread online the following day.
The last time I went, I made the mistake of drinking coke while on my way. Why do I call it a mistake? By the time I reached Borivali station, I felt like my bladder was about to burst.
I recently noticed something curious as I drove out of my neighborhood in South Delhi. The road had just been redone and now, on the stone walls that run along either side of the street, about knee-high off the ground, I spotted ceramic tiles with pictures of Hindu gods. Why, I wondered, were these god tiles there?
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Volunteers in India armed with drums and whistles are to lead a crackdown on going to the toilet in public under a new scheme in the western state of Rajasthan, a report said on November 5, Defecating in the open is a serious social issue in India, touching on health, hygiene, women's rights and the clash between traditional and modern lifestyles. The Times said that volunteers, who will be paid a small wage, would embarrass people caught urinating or defecating by standing behind them and letting loose a barrage of noise.
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An ad that came out on Monday has gone viral this week in India. The topic? Open urination and defecation.
I remember it made such a strong impression on me as a little girl — perhaps it struck me as debonair and daring — that I insisted that I, too, should be able to stand up and go; my mother wisely and rather firmly counselled otherwise. And now, as an adult, it still makes a strong impression on me, but not in an admirable way. Some may quite rightly argue that public urination is due to a lack of accessible toilet facilities.
New Delhi, India CNN -- The Indian capital has launched a campaign to discourage urinating in public places -- a common sight across the country. The city of New Delhi, which is preparing to host the Commonwealth Games in October of next year, will soon be displaying large billboards along its gridlocked roads and on buses in a bid to embarrass those who urinate in public to end the practice, said Mayor Kanwar Sain. The signs will feature three characters: Mr. Thu-Thu Kumar the spitterMr.